LPG density: LPG density conversions

    LPG density software has the following main features:

    This software can carry out the following conversions:

  •  the liquid LPG observed density measured by ASTM D1657 method by means of the pressurized hydrometer at observed temperature in degrees Celsius to the density at 15˚C and to the relative density at 60/60˚F;

  •  the liquid LPG observed relative density measured by ASTM D1657 method by means of the pressurized hydrometer at observed temperature in degrees Fahrenheit to the density at 15˚C and to the relative density at 60/60˚F;

  •  the liquid LPG observed density measured by ASTM D1657 method by means of the pressurized hydrometer at observed temperature in degrees Fahrenheit to the density at 15˚C and to the relative density at 60/60˚F;

  •  the liquid LPG observed relative density measured by ASTM D1657 method by means of the pressurized hydrometer at observed temperature in degrees Celsius to the density at 15˚C and to the relative density at 60/60˚F.

  •  Such conversions can be done either with or without a hydrometer glass correction.




  • The Tables 53E, 54E and the Tables 23E, 24E used for the above conversions are based on the calculation routines of the API Manual of Petroleum Measurement Standards, Chapter 11, Section 2, Part 4 – Temperature correction for the volume of NGL and LPG, Table 23E, 24E, 53E, 54E, 59E, and 60E, published in 2007.

      

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    • Observed density at temperature in degrees Celsius without glass correction
    • Observed density at temperature in degrees Celsius with a glass correction
    • Observed relative density at temperature in degrees Fahrenheit without glass correction
    • Observed relative density at temperature in degrees Fahrenheit with a glass correction
    • Observed relative density at temperature in degrees Celsius without glass correction
    • Observed relative density at temperature in degrees Celsius with a glass correction
    • Observed density at temperature in degrees Fahrenheit without glass correction
    • Observed density at temperature in degrees Fahrenheit with a glass correction